Visa to pay for stop accepting cash

America’s payment technology company Visa launched a program to improve payment system for small businesses. Visa plans to give $10,000 to small-business food service owners who commit the campaign to become cashless and only accept payments using debit and credit cards, as well as Apple Pay-type bank payments. At the moment, around 50 U.S. restaurants and product suppliers are ready to participate in the program.

Over the past week, Visa shares rose by 3% and continue rising. The trade will be available during American session from 14:40 to 20:00 GMT.

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